Tote – milk

“The Tote” is made from leftover fabric from the “Croissant” pattern.
It is not a classic tote: wear it over the shoulder or by hand, simply by folding the handle that you decide not to use. This model is made of a very resistant nylon fabric so that you can carry your 13 or 16 inch PC around town. It also features a light gold magnet in the top center of the bag.

Length: 33 cm
Height: 42cm
Depth: 8 cm
Shoulder strap: 68 cm / Handle: 33 cm

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180,00  Euro

1 in stock

Find out who made this item

Enkay Atelier is a small French leather goods brand that was founded in 2014 but has been based in Milan since 2019.
Nastasia Nygaard Frydman, the French-Norwegian designer who founded the brand, has a careful and conscious approach to design and production, her products are in fact made in collaboration with a family-run Atelier located in Varese.

The relationship that Nastasia cultivates with the Atelier and its suppliers is one of the most important aspects of her work: from them she learns traditional techniques, sharing values, showcasing the “art of traditional making” and the important work of the craftsmen.
Her Norwegian origin and her life experience, in Paris and then in Milan, have strongly influenced Nastasia and her approach as a designer, her appreciation for minimal and functional lines, but also the call to the past and vintage inspirations, which are a recurring feature in her products.
The materials used for her bags and accessories are varied, from vegetable-tanned leather to vinyl and plexiglass, and come from her local area. This is an opportunity to meet, get to know and support local producers, but it is also a guarantee of quality, offering the possibility of touching the materials with one’s own hands, understanding their characteristics and their durability, essential conditions for producing quality design.